Wisconsin Department Of Veterans Affairs Benefits Programs Overview
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Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits & Programs Overview June 25, 2019 Matthew Korbol Veterans Program Specialist Sr.
The mission of the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs is to work on behalf of Wisconsin’s veterans community veterans, their families and their survivors in recognition of their service and sacrifice to our state and nation.
Veterans Benefits Wis. DOT Veteran Identifier Wisconsin GI Bill 2, 600 applications processed in FY 2018 Disabled Veterans & Unremarried Surviving Spouses Property Tax Credit Professional/Occupational License Fee Waiver Wis. DNR Returning Service Members Voucher Veteran-Owned Business Certifications 11, 387 Benefit Applications Processed in FY 2018 Assistance to Needy Veterans Grant Veterans Employment Grant Entrepreneurship Grant Nonprofit Grant Vet. Ed Reimbursement Grant Retraining Grant VSO, CVSO, TVSO Grants
Programs & Services Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program Veterans Housing and Recovery Program State Approving Agency Bureau of Claims Veterans Homes Veterans Cemeteries Military Funeral Honors Program
Wisconsin G. I. Bill – Limits 2. 0 Cumulative GPA Limit Age Limit for Dependent Children May only be certified for and use the benefit between the ages of 17 and 26. Generally must use USDVA Educational Benefits First Exceptions: Apprenticeships with Federal GI Bill Partial Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits
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Who To Talk With About Veterans Education Benefits
To learn about veterans benefits at University of Wisconsin campuses use the Campus Contacts page to find the Veterans Services Coordinator. At Wisconsin Technical College campuses contact the Veterans Certifying Official at your campus. They can provide information on education benefits for veterans, as well as campus-specific veterans services and programs.
Spouses and dependent children you may be eligible for some educational benefits as well. For more information contact the Veterans Services Coordinator on campus on your County Veterans Service Office for assistance.
About The Wisconsin Department Of Veterans Affairs
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs, located in Madison, WI, provides support for veterans of the US Armed Forces. Veteran Services connects veterans with several government agencies and nonprofit organizations at the federal, Wisconsin state, and Madison level. These services include veteran benefits assistance, services for veterans with disabilities, and information about medical care, insurance, and education benefits. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs also provides veteran services in Madison.
You may contact Veterans Services for questions about:
- Applying for military and veterans’ benefits
- Veterans Affairs Offices and Vet Centers
- Dane County VA Hospitals and health benefits
- VA Burial services
- Dane County VFW and AMVETS posts
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Programs And Services For Veterans
Wisconsin requires Veterans to have entered active duty from this State, or to have lived here for at least 12 consecutive months.
CONTACT USRacine County Veterans Service Office1717 Taylor AvenueRacine, WI 53403262.638.6702
If you are a job-seeking Veteran or spouse of a Veteran, Racine County Workforce Solutions can assist you. Visit online at racinecounty.com/workforcesolutions or call 262.638.6312.
Below Are Links Containing Information For The Most Commonly Asked Questions
Veteran Emergency Care or call 1-844-724-7842Urgent Care or call the VA hospital or Clinic you belong to.
Veterans new to our office, would like to start a claim, register with the VA Health System, or all other questions, please call our office at 539-1083 or email me at for an appointment.
The mission of the Veterans Service Office is to inform, advise, and assist veterans, their spouses and dependents in securing entitlements and other benefits from the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs and the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Lincoln County Veterans Services Office has a compassionate understanding of the problems, which confront veterans, widows, widowers, and children. The County Veterans Service Officer knows the extent, the meaning, and the application of laws that have been passed by U.S. Congress in the interests of veterans and their dependents. They also know the rules and regulations adopted by the Department of Veterans Affairs to clarify and implement those laws. The County Veterans Service Office will apply specialized knowledge in the best way suited to the needs of every individual veteran or other beneficiary who comes to the office for assistance.
Wisconsin Department Of Veterans Affairs
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs is a governmental agency of the U.S. state of Wisconsin that is responsible for veterans programs. The department is overseen by a secretary who is appointed by the governor after consulting with at least six Wisconsin veterans organizations. The secretary is advised by a nine-member citizen advisory Board of Veterans Affairs. The current Secretary is .
Wisconsin Veterans Education Benefits
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs has resources to help veterans learn about the state benefits to which they are entitled.
The Wisconsin GI Bill
The Wisconsin GI Bill is a state tuition remission program for eligible Wisconsin veterans, and certain children and spouses of eligible veterans, who are attending public institutions of higher education in Wisconsin.
- Details and application materials are available in this application guide.
- Many questions about the WIGI Bill are answered here UW WIGI Bill FAQ and here WTC WI GIBill FAQ
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